For the implementation of India’s first bullet prepare hall, the National High-Speed Rail Corporation opened technical bids for the development and design of the Ahmedabad and Sabarmati railway stations together with 18 km of viaduct between Anand-Sabarmati on March 23. In October 2020, bids for a similar package deal have been invited. National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited or NHSRCL, mentioned in a press release on Tuesday that the technical bids have been opened as a part of a C-7 package deal of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail hall. (Also Read: Bullet Train Project: JV Of Tata Consulting Engineers Emerges Lowest Bidder For Contract )
The organisation is liable for executing the nation’s first bullet prepare undertaking between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. As a part of the package deal, the alignment additionally includes 31 crossing bridges together with six metal truss bridges. The work is with reference to the development of the bullet prepare hall and redevelopment of sure areas passing alongside the route. Six bidders together with trade leaders similar to Afcons Infrastructure Limited, Larsen and Toubro Limited, in addition to GR Infra – Sadbhav (JV) participated within the course of. A three way partnership (JV) of Indian Railways Construction Limited (IRCON) additionally participated within the bidding stage, as per particulars shared by the organisation.
After the analysis of the technical bids, the monetary bids of the profitable bidders can be opened, in line with NHSRCL. Once operational, the 508 km lengthy Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail will traverse by way of the Ahmedabad and Sabarmati rail terminals.